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. with that, if i may present to the ong family -- my personal privilege and on behalf of the whole city, the board, police department, community organizations, i would like to proclaim today, in recognition of this event, the center and the naming of it, betty ann ong chinese rec saturday in san francisco. [applause] -- betty ann ong chinese rec center day in san francisco. [applause] >> the mayor mentioned the time capsule. during the time capsule, the mayor actually challenged me to a little bit of a ping-pong when the center finally opened. so i accept your challenge. [laughter] >> it is on like don teton -- donkey kong. [laughter] >> the spirit of this place is one of joy and one of play. i want to bring up the president of our board of supervisors, who just a couple weeks ago, we had the pleasure of hitting a few tennis balls together at the wong playground where we just redid a couple of tennis courts, and pretty good, president chiu. i want to think david chiu for his leadership and incredible support of our department and his love of play. ladies and gentlemen, supervisor david
to this hearing today to discuss the budget whoas also of the san francisco unified school district and how city partners helped us out of a very deep hole and continue to help keep us afloat and offer services to our students. i think another thing nancy wamack could maybe refresh us on is maybe that if the november ballot measures do not pass, we the governor has talked about additional school days cut. nancy, would you like to elaborate on that number, please? >> sure, commissioner. in the final version of the budget they changed the particular item to allow for an additional 15 days per year that could be cut rather than across 15 days the cross two years in january and may is version. state is now allowing up to 20 days per year to be cut from the school and from the school year, which is obviously atrocious. >> right. that would mean one month of school not being in session. this is really the state recommendation on how we should balance our budget is cut one month of instructions. that is just crazy and inexcusable. but i want to speak a little bit about what extra funds might do for our
's family says he should not have been killed. family and supporters of marched to city hall demanding that oakland police release a report about the shooting. >> reporter: you -- the city council kept its promise and closed its doors after the room was full. this crowd of protestors were not keeping their mouths shut. they spent the afternoon rallying in front of the district attorney's office before the assistant da came outside and exchanged words. >> why can't we get a report? why can't we -- >> it's not completed at this time, and like in any investigation, we take the time that's necessary to make sure the job is done right. when the time comes, it will be released. >> reporter: the sea of people marched through the streets to the city council meeting asking for answers. they want charges brought against the officer for shooting and killing allen bl bluford. they did get the police report. >> reporter: the 18-year-old was killed days after graduating high school. his parents say as an inner city kid, he was well on his way, and his life was cut short. they want a full investigati
conducted. >> this meeting i adjoued for two weeks >> city officials say they must try toike a lanceeten overopent and the ability the overriding goal is to ensure that we have an effective publ meeting process that peop can participate in, t people's voices are heard and the city can movead with business in a safe and timely >> whileial proposal hano been unvei some reports say it iolves removing about ha thelits both on the balcony and the main floor >> w're lki to facilitate people's right to speak. but we need to make sure that everybody gets t voi heard more use of first floor conference rooms where overflow city council meetings are already televised but oakland resident byron says he thinks the possible changes are a terrible idea. >> please, leave the seats. weeed to talk to the city council members >> greg agrees people in thisown like to speak their mind and sometimes certain people don't like to hear it >> the specific proposalsaveyet. city council meeting onuethe of next week. fromaw after police say she left her 10 year-old daughter holding the bag in an attempt
for your city anytime of day. >>> a seagull is to blame for starting a fire when it landed on a power line and it snapped. 12,000-volt live wire fell into a front yard on delaware street. the homeowner said he heard a loud noise, came out and found his front yard on fire. >> i tried to grab the garden hose, you know, and an off-duty firefighter was here and said don't do that because it's -- there's downed lines. and so within seconds, i was sequestered away from the house. >> some homes on the block were evacuated until firefighters put out the flames. that fire caused about $50,000 in damage. nobody was hurt except for the bird. >>> other bay area headlines, investigators are looking into what caused an early-morning fire destroying part of a home in vallejo. two people inside were able to get out safely. one firefighter was treated for exhaustion. >>> in albany middle school students gathered to light candles and offer support after their sixth grade teacher accused of molestation killed himself. dozens showed up to albany middle school for a vigil this morning. 28-year-old james izumiz
today's high temperature in the city's 62 degrees the average size is 70 we had an influence of the d a marine layer this morning the heat watch is in effect tomorrow through monday 9:00 p.m. all areas highlighted in yellow. those locations will be the hottest, '80s and '90s and the peninsula 98 in gilroy and morgan hill, hottest locations 102 in brentwood, santa rosa at 94 degrees. will talk more about watches and advisory's coming up. >>> rough-and-tumble politics in richmond a fight between the city council member and local activists and in punches and arrest. don knapp is in richmond with more. >>> mostly when politicians disagree things get noisy but last week outside the building after a tumultuous meeting emotions flared to head and fists begin to fly. richmond always a tough town but said all politics getting tougher in this incident david more escorted to a police car after an altercation with a council member following a neighborhood council meeting. the video recorded by a private contractor and candidates' debate and provided cbs 5 the chevron rep >>> i chose to walk away
my son. >> the five deaths now make 90 homicides on the year for the city of oakland. >>> tempers are flaring right now outside oakland city council chambers and it's getting very loud. chamber doors have been closed, locking people out of tonight's meeting. protestors are upset that city leaders are restricting public access to meetings that citizens have a right to attend. cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez is there. what can you tell us about what's going on right now? >> reporter: right now, take a look behind me. you can see several dozen demonstrators on the front steps of city hall. they are relatively calm. but inside, we're told it just got even more chaotic than it's been over the last half hour as the fire marshal just declared that it's unsafe so they are trying to disperse the crowd. these pictures taken about 20 minutes ago. these are folks who were trying to get into the city council chambers, couldn't get in and they are letting the police know that they're upset about it. some of these folks are family members of allen blue ford a man killed in an officer- involved shooti
vallejo please call fire suspicious. a problem that city's no they have but don't take the time to fix what cost bay area cities even more than pensions >>> how do you memorialize a child >>> a bay area doctor deals with corey how he it realizes his colleagues don't get >>> a case of domestic terrorism in the bay area tonight that is how vallejo police described as suspicious fire that damaged a law office of vallejo mayor ozby davis reporter don knapp with new details on the fire >>> the fire that damaged mayor ozby davis is law office investigated as arson but tonight another possibility, domestic terrorism >>> a high-profile individual that is involved we can bring in subject matter experts like the atf and fbi with resources that this organization may not have >>> a spokesperson for atf told cbs 5 they have not been requested and not on the scene the fbi would not confirm their involvement we ask the watch commander why they are looking at domestic terrorism >>> with the federal authorities they have more resources and were trying to get at the game and solicit their expertise >>>
to last year, according to a report. and the website reach the city tied with portland as that accept second most bicycle friendly city in the country .. >> we make strides as far as bike lanes and more bike safety measures, expanded bicycle parking, we have a long way to go but this all started with what happened two decades ago. >> on valencia at the welcome center for the event today, bicyclist from all over the world are checking in, some are long time critical mass riders and tell me the city has come a long way but i could get more bicycles and lake, as for whether that message has been heard? >> it is interesting because i think that critical mass is not driving any one particular message around how to improve the city, it is really an awareness statements of " your real art, we're taking up this amount of space with as many cycles to show you that we exist ". i would not say that we have any goals that we want to achieve. >> when it first presented itself there was a lot confrontation. >> yes there was. mad motorists have occasionally tried to run down the bicyclist. bicyclist
retail stores and food establishments and the city. there also be 10¢ charge on any of the baxter given to customers. the judge denied a motion to put the ban on holes. that is a big reminder to bring your backs. signs for hope of the california economy. we talked to experts about the latest trends. >>> voters take a proposition 34. the campaign to make california when the states and nations to abolish the death penalty >>> where he kicked off his world record attempts. we'll be right back. at park we have one day for the bay area. mr. a the sunshine, finished up way too. >>> will california joined other states to limit the death penalty? is the most closely watched measures on the ballot. >>> of former prosecutor who wrote the lot back to '70s is now behind proposition 34 >>> california spend billions of dollars trying to enforce capital punishment. $4 billion. >>> so far 57 inmates have died from natural causes and 13 were executed. and we've been looking in detail at both sides of this issue. >>> we talk with the campaign manager for yes on 34. but the measure to the voters approved.
the city through bank rupsy, facing off with the lgbt community and recent increase in officer-involved shootings but this arson might be toughest. >> attempt to instill fear failed. >> and he calls it a malicious act. and is leaving the building a turned out shell. this is the latest including someone breaking windows, dumping trash and stealing his motorcycle from city hall. >> i will say the number of acts of vandalism which i have been subjected to causes me to believe this is related to my position as mayor and not as my position as an attorney. >> neither the mayor nor investigators will speculate about why he's being targeted. he's been confronted over several shootings in this city and called on the attorney general to investigate. residents support him. >> he's hoping that things will go well. >> i think it's envelope that this criminal element is running rampant in the city. >> the city is concerned about his safety. >> police officers have provided he extra security. the lieutenant says the possibility of domestic terrorism has not been ruled out. >> this is serious,
know what the city is doing to make sure things go as smoothly as possible. >> reporter: we are at the america's cup official store. if you look here to your right, you can see one northbound lane there, will be shutdown this weekend between the ferry building and bay street to allow emergency vehicles access to the hub of all of the activities. around 6:30 this morning, a military convey, led by police came through in preparation for fleet week. today is also the quarter finals for americas cup with races scheduled this weekend. estimated to draw 40,000 people to the bay. evmember of the police force will be out. leaders say it's a practice run for the big america's cup event next year, 3 million people are expected to attend. the blue angels will be flying over head, practicing today. catch a quick peek practicing this afternoon and shows saturday and sunday. it's part of fleet week. here is a look at the big events we talked about earlier , the giants taking on the reds in the national league playoffs and the hardly strictly blue grass festival in golden gate park. niners
are going to visit the city. ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savidge has more on the big changes transit agencies are making to accommodate the crowds. first let's check in with tara moriarty who is is in the city with a look at what the city is doing to prepare for the streets that will be jammed. >> reporter: we are here along the embarcadero. this is where the official store for the america's cup is. there are going to be quarter finals today and then more racing this weekend. expected to draw 40,000 people to the bay. it's one of many events happening this weekend. every member of the police force will be out. this will be closing -- they will be closing one northbound lane along the embarcadero between the ferry building and bay street to allow emergency vehicles access. city leaders say it's a practice run for the big america's cup event next year where more than three million people are expected to attend. also on tap the u.s. navy blue angels will be flying overhead. they will be practicing today. you might catch a glimpse. their shows will be on saturday and sunday of course. no
now at justin herman plaza after taking over the city doing what they do best shutting down the streets and interfering with traffic >>> the paddle and provoke the way to notoriety the leader of the street party known as critical mass celebrated 20 years by taking over san francisco on two wheels. the message from cyclists did your cart >>> ride your bike and have a good time >>> but these rights have been controversial drivers of tide to take out cyclist in redwood city one person was attacked in her car, but best known for frustrating drivers and fuelling traffic jams >>> i have to get going on the clock >>> with little or no resistance from police >>> we ask for motorists to be patient >>> officers stood guard at for was to make sure by such a bicyclist and and and stayed off but stood by as bicyclist clashed with drivers mayor willie brown tried to crush the movement to no avail san francisco's police chief has since learned a valuable lesson >>> the better way to handle it is to facilitated and keep moving >>> and that is exactly what officers did tonight there were som
shot. both are expected to survive. no suspects. >>> another protest at the oakland city council the secretary in two weeks. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in oakland where the issue is a deadly police shooting. >> reporter: last night's meeting was heated and got emotional. as you mentioned this group of protestors is the same one that shut down the city council meeting two weeks ago and last night they came back but with a vengeance. >>> reporter: 50 protestors were locked outside as police guarded the doors. this group came to last night's meeting to speak out against the shooting of alan bluford the oakland teen who police say was armed with a gun when officer miguel mass so shot him dead. last night the council banned protestors from sitting in the rafters and set up overflow rooms. protestors say the city crusheddish that first amendment rights but city leaders say they put this plan in place for security reasons. >> i think it's a rule that's always been clear that if the crowd is too large for the room, then you establish a secondary place where people can watch. >> ther
off in almeda county at three city libraries and the union city sports center. for more information go to abc7news.com and click on "see it on tv." now to an east bay political fight is turned physical. a richmond city councilman is said to file charges for a person who punched him in the head. we have the details. >> you ar ruud, and you are i am polite, and i'm sick of it. >> that's what corky, who is a richmond city council member, said a political rival yelled at him just before he was assaulted. >> the next thing i know i feel this big thud to the back of my head and my neckline and the back of my head and i'm going, wow, what was that? so i turn around to look, and i get a sock right in my right temple here. >> this video supplied to us by shawn of chevron, it shows a man being led away in handcuffs. this was thursday night. it appeared at a council members candidate meeting on the 1100 block of richmond. moore was taken into custody for misdemeanor assault, cited and released. moore who this e-mail in his defense. things got heated and i got in his face and said some pretty mea
saturday. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> happening now, tension at oakland city hall where in the last few minutes dozens of people have been sdod leave city council chambers following some heated exchanges over a police shooting. this is a live look right now outside the meeting. protesters are demanding the police report on a shooting back in may that took the life of 18-year-old alan blooper. we are told the protesters got a copy of that report and protesters are still not happy. our crew was there earlier tonight and some protesters were kept out of the council meeting [ crowd chanting ] . >> the gallery and balcony inside the council chambers have been shut down. the city calls it a security precaution. we caught up with blooper's father about an hour ago as he marched with demonstrators. >> my thing is not to take over the city hall meeting. we want to make sure the city hall is aware of my son's death and doing something about it. >> two weeks ago a group of protesters interrupted the city council meeting forcing it to end early. >>> police in oakland are now investigating their fif
find the pinpoint forecast for your city. >>> a bay area woman supposedly died peacefully in her sleep, but 86-year-old yolanda membrano's family says it's not true. her body was found yesterday at a school just a few blocks away from the assisted living facility in concord. membrano was an alzheimer's patient with a history of trying to escape from the home. her family tells us they never knew anything about her wandering away and now, they are demanding the truth. >> then we find out from the coroner, this isn't the first time she left the facility. why was the alarm not on the front door? how long was she out there? it was 100 in concord yesterday. why weren't we told the truth. was he hiding? >> her body was found nearly three hours after she was reported missing. the coroner's office believes that the heat could have been a factor. >>> an east bay mayor insists he is not backing down. vallejo's mayor is defiant as police investigate the weekend fire that targeted his law offices. joe vasquez with the mayor declaring he won't be intimidated. joe? >> reporter: you can see the damage
>> pack house tonight at the oakland city council meeting where emotions are on edge. why things started spiraling out of control? good evening. the city manager closed off the balcony tonight. they said it was for safety reasons. but it setoff the crowd before the city council meeting ever even started. overflow crowd refused to watch the meeting ma separate room and chanted outside the council chbers. they were there demanding the police reportedly officer involved shooting death of allen blue ford. police claim he had a gun when they shot him last may. >> we are just trying to get answers and we say it and say it and haven't been able to get answers. at ever turn shut down. we have been discourage discouraged. we have been treated badly. >> but don't just come and yel yell. because that doesn't change anything. come and work with us to change the policies and procedures. >>reporter: crowd continued to shout down the council for about an hour before city councilman reid handed over his cope of the police report to blue ford parents. there it is in hisrtz hand. late
area braces for the bustle, cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez reports the city can't wait for the windfall. >> it's going to be very busy and profitable. >> like what, a car payment? >> it could be depending on the car. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: not all this weekend tourists will spend money like sailors on leave but they will leave a major mark. >> it's undeniable. >> reporter: matt of the san francisco travel association says visitors to the city spend about $300 per day. >> about a third of that is spent in the hotels. that means two thirds of it is spent outside the hotels. that's restaurant, retail, museum, galleries, other cultural experiences, transportation. >> reporter: with a million visitors projected this weekend, that's an economic impact of about $300 million per day. >> september was an amazing month for us our busiest month for occupancy since 2009. >> reporter: michael pace general manager of the "w" hotel says october is on path to do even better. >> this could potentially beat the record. we are within a percentage point of out doing ourselves again. >> reporter: the fo
crime has gone up, the theft of cell phone account for half of all of the robberies in the city this year. ktvu's patty lee is in one san francisco neighborhood that has been hit especially hard. patty? >> folks in this neighborhood can't stop talking about an incident that involves the theft of an ipad yesterday. the suspects in that case have been arrested but we found out this may not be their first time. >> reporter: this warns students about a cell phone robbery yesterday afternoon. the description of the suspects similar to the men arrested yesterday for stealing an ipad. the description of the vehicles in both incidents are similar. a silver muraidies benz-- mercedes-benz. police would not discuss the specifics but according to the san francisco police department, there have been 200- 0374 robberies -- 2,374 robberies. 1,199 have involved cell phones. >> we realized this is reaching epidemic proportions. >> reporter: she was beaten up last month. her cell phone stolen. she was also targeted. incidents that took seconds but will stay with them forever. >> people are walkin
's safe return. san jose police and firefighters and city council members upped the reward to $6,000. marisa and her family couldn't believe that something good came out of a bad family episode. were you surprised? >> yeah. i'm just happy that he's safe and he's back and our family was apart. he is going to be safe no matter what now. >> reporter: now, the woman from los banos who returned the dog today says that she is going to put that reward money to good use. allen, her own children got attached to the dog when they found it yesterday after only a couple of days. and so she is going to use that money to go buy them a new puppy. >> len, i can't tell you how many people have asked me, what kind of breed is that little dog? i read it, they call it a yorkie shih tzu mix. >> reporter: it is a mix. it's a cute mix. it's one of those things where that dog just has a face that could you recognize. and that is exactly what happened. the woman looking at her mobile phone saw a news report called it in and you saw the happy reunion today. >> yeah. good all the way around. len, thanks.
, no peace. >> reporter: inside chambers city council president larry reed was shouted down by protests. one person who did get hurt was anne blufford. she says this is the third council meeting she's attended to try to get answered to find out what happened to her son. today she demanded the police report. >> alan is gone. she's not coming back. he can't speak for himself. but i'm here to speak for him. i want that report as his mother. i want to know what happened to my son. >> reporter: brooks promised help to the blufford family but promised to work with the city to make changes. >> but don't you come in here because that didn't change anything. >> reporter: during ruckus meeting, reed offered his copy to blufford father. >> adam, do you want my copy. >> reporter: the blufford family and supporters filedded out. blufford showed us the paper work. >> >> reporter: that's what he gave you. >> yes, but it's a relief to have it. it's just a lot of questions. >> reporter: the protesters said that two months is too long to get answers. >>> a wave of violence on bay area streets. the shootings i
: the city of concord confirms police investigated the property and the owner is following the law. we can tell you other cities in california have explored ordnances that will regulate how and where medical marijuana may be grown. eric rasmussen. >>> new at 10:00, contra costa officials have identified the man who died of rabies. health officials say he likely came in contact with a bat in southern contra costa county back in march. this is the county's first death from rabies in almost 20 years. >>> california's new ban against conversion therapy used to tray gay teenagers is now the subject of two federal lawsuits. christian legal group liberty council filed a lawsuit. therapists claim it can change the sexual orientation of teens. the conservative pacific justice institute also filed suit. the ban would take effect january 1st. >>> tonight at 10:25 the story of a gay teen in a battle with the boy scouts. his family's fight for his eagle rank and where they are taking it. >>> albany police are releasing new information tonight about the popular teacher who was arrested molestation charg
of critical mass. the month would like what was started back in 1992 to protest the dominance of cars on city streets >>> run the bay area weather was we had some big changes come in for the weekend. this could be the hottest weekend we've seen all september. that looks like we're going to see some to the butchers creek up all around the bay area. already 61 degrees and ever more. the atmosphere is starting to warm up. but after then it's back into the 80s if you 90s by the afternoon. over the weekend stopped at the pictures are really going to spike. >>> of and that there is benefit of accident. all loans are backed open on no. 1101. does he concede these are live drug * everything is forbidden clear. repeal of look at the golden gate bridge a lot of fog this morning. at 7 to be well as across in the span. hawks would have some more road work on the connector ramp hit from to 80 at towards 92. but the dukes of ron doran or work. this lens brought in the east of lanes of highway 4. west of highway 4 for nt and is already seeing a few bright lights as you make your way past the exit. >>> a mas
lives up nevada city. i told him what i was doing and he was consciencious. he had a stack of clippings about what the new deal had done in his area and walked around while he showed me sidewalks and parks and schools and gardens and camps that had been done. he said, i didn't notice. then he became mayor. it's exactly the kind of thing we want. this is or was the living new deal site about a couple months ago. it's much denser now. san francisco county is the best documented of all the california counties. we think that all of california will look like san francisco now. when you begin putting in the work of the civilian conservation core, you find it's everywhere. we are talking about a lot of agencies. roosevelt loved building things. he was the lord of the manor at hyde park. it shows roosevelt in his convertible. if you visit there, you could see he could drive using the upper part of his body. he's pointing to the plans of the hyde park. he was quite a passable architect. once he became president, he was able to build a lot more. even though henry loose was generally opposed to ro
that is not being addressed by the city, not being addressed by the city administrator, not by the city council, not being addressed by the mayor. and not being address the most of all by the police department. >> reporter: what does the city of oakland have to say? are they implementing the reforms? that he contacted the police department, and they referred us to the city administrator's office, but they didn't return our calls. we cabbed the mayor's office -- contacted the mayor's office, they deferred us again. they refused to answer the question, saying they haven't seen the court documents expected to be filed determine, but they plan on opposing any takeover of the police department. >>> temperatures have certainly cooled off out there this evening! we're back in the 50s! 57 in novato, 62 in san jose. cooler whether is here to stay! tomorrow, temperatures dropping even more than today. in the 60s and 70s for the most part. friday and saturday, we'll cool even more as the fog becomes more extensive and temperatures drop into the low 70s in our inland valleys by saturday. high it was tomorr
and since spread to some 300 cities worldwide. the idea here is seufpl isel, a fun ride for anyone who wants -- simple, a fun ride for anyone who wants to join in. they are in union square. typically they don't stop for traffic signals and over the years there has been a confrontation with a motorist caught up in backed up traffic. we are live where the focus tonight is on the younger generation of riders. >> we expect the pedicab to come through with our camera any minute now. we are looking at the smaller version called kidical mass. it is the monthly random bike ride around san francisco. we join inside with our camera on the ground following along with this group and it has grown beyond the bay area. >> we have people from europe, germany, france, italy. >> it was a plan i made in two years. >> reporter: macaroni is a bike activist through europe. when he heard of today's event he had to be part television. he left belgium headed to mexico city where he spent six weeks to build this bike he rode to san francisco. >> riding the bike was the most effective way for me to move around and no
creek nightclub said he will fight city club night managers. he is the owner of a lounge. on october 25th, he's supposed to meet with the city planning commission to try to stop the force of a conditional use permit. it's the second time in a year the permit has been imposed on that location. it sets an earlier start time and he said the city is trying to force him to shut down and he says the city is not friendly to small business owners. >>> today's work on the b.a.r.t. extension is being done at kato and warren avenue and fremont. the project is expected to enhance the area on widening mission boulevard. crews will be installing b.a.r.t. bridges and warren avenue. work is scheduled to be finished in early 2015. b.a.r.t. to san jose. >>> and we just had breaking news in san jose. what just happened sal? >> a fire in san jose here. it's a house fire reported on mulberry lane in san jose. now, this is in the willow glen area of san jose. the fire has gone to two alarms now. we're gonna get you more information. but if you do see smoke rising, that is exactly what's going on. we have a c
tillites going out towards foster city. golden gate- southbound. tail lights however also looking decent. andr traffic maps the green showing could conditions from 1 0 1 coming out of coyote valley. with good conditions. check out the east shore. with wind speeds at 50 m.p.h. but no problems. 680 through san ramon with--vehicle speeds at 50 m.p.h.--and also muni public transportation is offering extra routes. with extra bus service and opti als to out the city. >> thank you. there have been five deadly shootings this week in oakland. they have been working overtime. these murders are not connected but part of the city-wide crime problem. police chief, howard jordan called the aid operation " cease-fire " cured of order, this church pastor says that this is not go far enough. >> this is one of the most dangerous cities in america. then i think that we need to declare oakland a state of emergency. then we have just described what is happened in oakland with five murders within 18 hours. >> the police chief, the city council they should say that this is enough is enough this is not afghanis
gathered to call on the city to release details of the investigation in a teenager's death. police initially reported that bluford died in exchange of gunfire. a gun believed to be bluford had not been fired and the officer shot himself in the foot. however police say several witnesses say thaw saw bluford point a gun at the officer. the bluford family is suing the city of oakland. >>> an east bay restaurant is holding a memorial tomorrow for the family of officer youngstrom. the fallen heros group is helping to organize the event at the new forley restaurant in alamo. that dinner dance begins at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. >>> fans and players held a moment of silence in honor of chris stevens. stevens was killed along with three other americans after an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi libya. he was a graduate of uc berkeley. he later received a law degree from hastings college. stevens was 52 years old. >>> refs came to an agreement on a new contract after four weeks of lock out. those replacement officials who took over officiates games drew lots of criticism that they were not
of it itself. what it does do, it allows the city to commission an $8 million study to say, if we drain this, can we restore the area and find other ways to bring in power and water to the city? shorters like mike marshall say it's time to modernize our water system. >> this is one of nine storage facilities where we store our water. down below here, the river still flows and it will continue to flow once we restore the hetch hetchy valley. >> reporter: politically it's like touching the third rail. >> it is universal. there is not a single elected official in northern california that i'm aware of who is supporting prop f. >> you've been saying this measure f, it's insane, stupid. do you still stand by that today? >> oh, absolutely. when anybody rational looks at it, there is no answer to the cleanest water that this whole state if not the country has with our hetch hetchy water. >> reporter: and while only san francisco residents will vote on this study, it has much broader implications. there are 30 municipalities in the bay area that use water from hetch hetchy, including cities in san m
san francisco, the city is hosting more than half a dozen events from sweet week to america's baseball play off games so that means huge crowds coming to town. how officials plan to deal with the potential transit and traffic nightmares. shan na. >> that's right. just imagine the population of san francisco doubling. that's about how many people are expected here in the next ten days, and you can see the signs up already warning people they're going to take one of these traffic lanes and turn it over to bike rides and maybe a bike ride or take public transit. expect lain closures, de tours and a lot of heavy traffic through the city. >> san francisco is only about seven square miles. this week huge crowds could have the city bursting at its seems. an estimated 1 million people are expected to come to town. >> i'm not driving this week. definitely not. >> fleet week kicks off thursday and is expect today attract a couple hundred thousand people this weekend and the waterfront won't be the only hot spot. the hardly bluegrass festival will draw hundreds of thousands to golden gate park. s
believe he was infected in the city or another bay area county. >> there is another native drawing crowds in oakland it's not the waters drn s sh -- warriors star this, is a little guy he just left his mother's house. so cute. is positioned in the wild australia exhibit going to have up to three and a half acres to roam. >> that would be bad. >> and jaim is joey. joey the joey. >> and let's talk about the weather. >> and there is weather going to be wonderful for joey the joey. and for us humans as well. there is a beautiful shot from santa cruz. there is not exactly beach weather. fog hanging on. high temperatures there holding in the 60s this afternoon z that is all about to change. break out shorts and flip flops. getting ready to hit the beach this weekend it's going to get warm looking from our east bay camera. there is fog there. the corner stayed shallow meaning dense fog again and checking out live doppler 7 and at the coastline, it's foggy now. sunny skies inland. and highs so far running into low 90s coastal areas into mid to upper 50s everyone noticing a warm up at the coast by
wrongfully issued tickets. cities must locate beat carries based on safety. it prohibits this iused a stitched to gets. the new rules will apply the brakes on a red light cameras, it is considered a safety tool. >>> a chemist in the boston area is under arrest this morning. accused of falsifying drug test results in a crime lab. and philippines in tells us it may affect tens of thousands of criminal cases. >>> the crime lab chemist is accused of faking tests. >>> she would take narcotics, up 15 to 25 samples at a time, instead of testing of and she would test five of them. >>> another co-worker said she would submit a sample and it lookewin comeback positive for heroin. >>> everyone that's been convicted for the next five to two years. hist she told investigators: >>> she faces more than 20 years in prison if convicted today a nobel peace prize winner from burma will meet with a serious offense. she is said to speak at the university of san francisco and mind this morning >>> we will buy the right kind of investments, the kind of investments that would create jobs >>> she spent 15 y
it -- hare bore. you can see from -- harbor. you can see it from the ground. >>> texas is city shaking from an earthquake. it happened late saturday night and was centered in irving texas, that's a disturb of dallas. walls crack and pictures were knocked off walls but no manger damage was reported. >> the couch actually shook side to side. it actually -- you felt the tremor coming through. >> seismologists say these are not unusual to texas although it is not home to a faultline. >>> it smells like rotten eggs at spinaker. the paper reports that the odor has gotten so bad, some people don't want to go outside. rockland corporation reportedly owns the lagoon and the air company sent them a problem that they will have to fix the problem and pay a fine. >>> the u.s. supreme court begins a new term today, one that could bring rulings on affirmative action and voting rights. alison burns has more. >> reporter: the health decision, of course, was the big fi nayly. now the -- finale. now they are preparing to take on more explosive issues. the justices attended the red mass that includes a prayer.
extra years. we're excited. >> reporter: he says the extended stay will give the city time to plan on a long- term solution of building a new stadium. >> it's about time oakland tries to keep the oakland as in oakland. >> reporter: there were rumors that the as were headed to the south bay. i spoke with fans about the potential long distance relationship and they were nothing short of honest. would you go to a game in san jose? >> uhm....... probably not. just because i like to party a little bit and i wouldn't want to do the driving and drinking. >> they should be able to go wherever they can go and win with money and in san jose that's where it's at. it's not here. >> either way, wherever they're at, i'll be there. wherever they go, i'll always be an as fan. >> reporter: the as could stay in the east bay. the managing partner lew wolff says he is absolutely interested in reaching an agreement, an agreement fans say the east bay economy depends on. >> this is a working man's ball team. you know? $2 tickets today. where else can you go to get $2 tickets? >> reporter: the commissio
, 85 in napa. 91 for concord, 83 expected in fremont. 81 for mountain view. 70 degrees in the city for the afternoon. along the coastline, mid 60s in pacifica. these numbers will be notable warmer over yesterday. yesterday seemed to be a bit of a cool day. and for your weekend if you are headed to tahoe, 70s to near 80 degrees. we will have light winds and mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be on the warm side. giving you a look at what you can expect for today, mid to upper 60s in the forecast for the coastline. mid 90s for the warmer areas. notice how we begin to really heat it up sunday into monday. again, some of the hottest numbers we have seen since about mid june. on sunday, we do have a heat advisory, especially for those that are really sensitive to the heat, maybe the little ones, and our senior citizens. that to be aware of. it will hold on through monday. monday looks to be the hottest day, low 90s to low 100s in the forecast. on tuesday, just a very slight cool-down, but we do expect to warm back well above average. afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper 90s, a
traffic also looks pretty good getting up to daily city. let's go to steve. >>> thank you. a happy friday. yesterday some areas north bay, east bay really warmed up. south bay, about as advertised. today looks like the system will prevent us from warming up. tomorrow we'll start the process all over again. 40s. napa, san rafael. livermore, low clouds. they did not have that yesterday. 51 in san francisco. oakland airport 52. there's trying to get a little sea breeze, but it continues to decrease here. although slightly stronger than yesterday. nothing crazy. that system, though, high pressure is coming behind that. it will start to nose in saturday and sunday and monday, definitely warm to hot. inland temps look like the system will come down today and start to turn around and head warmer on saturday and definitely warm to hot inland on sunday and monday. now, the coast, looks like there will be an on shore breeze, but they will warm up. the fog should burn off sooner. it doesn't look like it will scour down. cool for some, warm for others. fog for many. reduced visibility, hazy sunshine.
. reporting live. ktvu channel 2news. >> and we have more details on bicyclists in city. on any given day there are 75,000 people riding bikes in san francisco. when it comes to the commute bike riders make up 3.5%. bike traffic went up by 71% from 200-6201. >>> six people are recovering a car crash that sent a suv into a nail salon. it happened in downtown oakland just after ten it morning. the suv hit a oakland public's work truck before it continued on to the sidewalk before it hit the front of the nail salon. two people were hit. >> they charges filed against a school teach ear accused of having inappropriate relationship with a former student. the teacher was arrested early this weekend on suspicious of committing lewd act was a child under the age of 14. he has been released on $100,000 bail. today the da's office said it's not filed any charges because the case is still pending as albany police continue their investigation. >> a smoke detector credited with saving a mother and her daughter. sound asleep in their home in san jose when it caught firet. broke out just before seven
that this stretch has needed stop signs for years. they complained to the city council and others that they need stop signs because people come barreling down at all kinds of speed and i know that first hand because i live here in novato myself. >> will check in again if there are any updates >> a little bit of the wild west, a little bit 21st century crime wave after race chaotic chase in san francisco yesterday. tonight we're learning more about the crime trend that led to the mess. >> police tell me they're looking at a new phenomenon these days. robbers do not even wait for you to take the time to go through your pockets and pull out your wallet, they're going straight for the electronic devices. yesterday woman was on her ipad when she was mugged. >> every day we see robbery's and our department is trying to combat the problem >> the problem is the theft of electronic property. police say they gave chase after a trio of robbers took the woman's ipad and back pack at pete's coffee shop. as they sped away the suspects ran into several cars and motorcycles and even sideswiped one of our news v
. the temperatures sored into the 90s and one city saw triple digits. the kids at the soccer match were trying to keep cool one vendor was really sweating it out. >> it is hot outside. so, it is not a fall-like weather day. >> not what you expect approximated for the fall classic. >> no, no. over here they sell sweat shirts and it is a t-shirt sign right now. >>> let's check in with how hot it will get. >> a brand-new record set today in livermore, 100 degrees. shattered the old record established in 1952. good evening. let's share with you the highs across the bay area, today, 80 at the beach in pacificca. 84 degree fist san francisco, that is 22 degrees warmer than it was yesterday at this hour. triple digits livermore, san skwroes a upping the average high, 82, i know what you want to know. tomorrow's highs. because it will be a hotter day tomorrow than what we experienced today. all of the way back up to 80 along the coast, 90s peninsula, 98 degrees morgan hill. east bay will climb all of the way up to 100 degrees in the hottest locations, recollect wise, north of the bay, talking 98 in sa
will be dropping. >>> ktvu's cara liu reports the city approved event turned into several calls to police. >> that was so fun. >> reporter: but not everyone was happy the rave went until 2:00 a.m. >> i was like when is this going to end. i was really, i was very angry. >> reporter: rena pavao says her house rattled and the noise was abnoxious. even though she lives two miles from. >> here at steve's home. it was a similar story. >> the medicine cabinet was shaking. you could hear the thumping pretty good. i was a little upset that it was an outdoor event that lasted until 2:00. if it was 11:00 it would have been okay. >> it's what young people want. it isn't going away. >> reporter: kevin wilkin is the event producer. >> it's as loud as an aircraft. >> reporter: he says their permit did not include noise restrictions. >> if you can put up once a year that would be gone. i promise not to do it every week. >> reporter: organizers tell me they were told to point the noise west so folks here in alameda likely got it the worse. a lot of people want it gone if not more control. >>> the oakland
because of the higher volume of traffic into the city as we continue to the 6:00 hour. the san mateo bridge is a good alternate for you if your coming from the nimitz freeway. head up the loot was no one if you're trying ahead and to san francisco. they're taking 20 minutes to get between hayward and the foster city side the bridge. no problems of the north bay towards the golden gate bridge. it is still a smooth ride to downtown san francisco. the east shore freeway is trouble-free all playdown to the oakland a's. just remember you have all that traffic waiting for yet at the toll plaza. walnut creek looks good no problems there and telling towards 580 this is the slowest commute for now. it is jammed up from 2 05 margin on to west land at to the all to my id is going to be a slow commute is stop and go. less than 50 m.p.h. as we have to the 680. it should be trouble-free as you head into the northbound traffic. if you're heading to the airport this morning you will see no problems on 11 or highway 280 as you work your way through san francisco and down to the south bay. >> make sur
. they are planning a week long series of protests. >>> it was hot yesterday and another hot one today. 88 in the city right now? >> yeah. hotter today than yesterday. san francisco right now 15 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. big heat up. we might see records here. the big story is the heat. not just inland, antioch, pittsburg but heat in san francisco, oakland, low 90s. along the coast, clear, sunny. and no fog. i don't see any fog right now. the winds, the winds off shore, they are coming -- that is a swell. southwest at 15. they are gusting to 20. why do i look that winds? that is the -- once the winds fly temperatures fall. onshore wind that gate right now. increasing winds tonight and tomorrow and temperatures cool tomorrow but not a lot. along the coast and bay, they will come down but inland upper 90s. coastal fog, no fog. very shallow marine layer. moisture and cool air. smashes it down, blown it off shore. you got temperatures right now at the cliff house in san francisco, temperatures in the 70s. that is pretty unusually warm for that area. 99 antioch. 98 fairfield. 96 redwood c
and conspiracy charges. the driver faces additional charges of speeding and d u i. all of this in a city that has been priding itself in reducing violent crime. >> we had no homicides in san francisco. pile on crime was reduced. but what we're seeing is these robberies involving electronic devices. >> so far this year police have reported more than 2000 robberies. >> of those 2000 robberies, 1199 involved smart phones. and that is quite an alarming number. >> not to mention laptops and i- pass? >> correct. >> is that up from last year? is that increasing? >> i do not know if it has increased from last year, i just have a cellphone statistics but what we're seeing is that when people resist, they're becoming more violent, they attack the victims. >> in the case of the woman who was robbed yesterday, she is doing ok, she was just sitting outside here and the guy grabs her ipad and the three men took off, and the cops chased her for about a mile. she thanked police for calling 9 1 1 and she got her ipad back but a lot of people don't get it back and is sold on the black market for hundreds of dollar
hope will continue. >> it's been changing the ways city operate and people move. >> when critical mass started back in 2002, there were hardly any bicycle spaces or bike lanes, now san francisco has more than 65 miles of bike lanes lanes. >>> ktvu camera men rode along with the critical mass riders tonight broadcasting live pictures. the riders weaved their way through the streets of downtown san francisco to the front of city hall. ben tells us he saw thousands of bike riders taking part, including a lot of kids. >>> more details now. on any given day there are 75,000 bikes in san francisco. bike riders now make up 3 1/2% of the population. bike riding has gone up 71% between 2006 and 2011. >>> now where hundreds of people gathered tonight to honor a north bay girl who was killed while riding her bike home from school. where the loss of 12-year-old haley ratliff has touched the community. debra. >> reporter: haley's favorite word were awesome and people say that described her, too. all day they have laid flowers here at the spot where the cash happened and tonight they tried as best t
it will cost $3,000 a year. >> the city recorded 8 killings within 30 days. first of a man killed when a side wall. and then a few hours later a man was shot and killed at a birthday party. maybe gain related. police revealed nothing about the suspect that it was not too far from a gain area. we are experiencing a rise in gang members. the shooting occurred after midnight as he was a barbecue in his front yard. the police could not confirm that two men wearing bandannas approached the victim. a friend stopped by the house and told police that his friend was not affiliated with any game.gang. scores of rest and weapons seizures had occurred. we all know that this may be an indication that the gay members are free to commit their crimes. afraid to speak: camry this man agreed that retaliation may be the case. >> a puppy stolen by bubblers was returned to his family. at 10 year-old girl came home from school to 5 that her puppy nikko found his way home. as thousands ofdot believe that he is in my arms right now i thought this would be gone on forever. a good samara to found the dog and she will
a look at the overlook on the west and across the field. there has been fog horn this part of the city. but it has been clear today. take a look at this video that i shot a few hours ago. the other four will say information and go back some of the way. they will make large loupes and pass over that section over the bay. this is a part of their practice. there were people double parked trying to get seats. there was one gentleman here this stated that he saw the blue angels many of times. >> i always love the show and it is just spectacular. the jets they complement one another. the blue angels performed about 40 minutes and they finished up about 3:45 p.m. to 3:50 p.m.. i want to show you one more thing that after the blue angels finished the american cup races started. these racing sailboats are out there racing as we speak right now. >> and the american cup and the fleet week are just a few of the even scorn on this weekend. watching the blue angels horn or the fleet week or the giants? just a beeper is here with a contin beiber is here with a concert. we will have the poll results
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